Super Inspiration: Part Two

We went to Lake Havasu City last weekend to see my sister and her family. Super-E thought it a great idea to make super hero guys (and gal) for his cousins.

He drew the pictures and I scanned them onto the computer adding the cute faces of my guys, niece and nephew. Then I printed out the images onto t-shirt transfer paper and ironed them onto fabric. After several mess-ups, I finally decided that the little stuffed super guys turned out best as triangle shapes (easier to stuff with less wrinkled faces).

The kids loved their super-hero guys. They were flying all over the place. We had a great time with my sister and her family.

Today, I spent a good amount of time sorting through a very large pile of notecard swap packages. WOW! Very fun indeed! They really were a treat to sift through. You can see all the notecard goodness HERE. I kind of did a quick dealing of cards, so I am hoping everyone is happy with what they received. They were sent off today, so participants should be expecting packages soon. Thanks to everyone who played.

I am still in the midst of a busy work/school schedule. Two more weeks of craziness to go before I hopefully return to a more quiet and less hectic routine. I am missing my crafting and posting very much, so you will be seeing more of me in the near future.

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8 Responses to Super Inspiration: Part Two

  1. Diane says:

    Wow! Thank you for doing this, it looks like a lot of work and it was fun!

  2. moki says:

    Holy Cow! That’s a lot of notecards!

  3. andrea says:

    These look awesome! I bet the kids and cousins loved them.

  4. Sarah says:

    Those dolls are ADORABLE!

  5. Cindy says:

    Those super hero dolls are too cute!

  6. Kelli says:

    Look at all of those! What fun!

  7. Anastasia says:

    how adorable!! very clever!
    wow look at all the notecards – cant wait to get mine!
    thanks for hosting!

  8. Regina,

    I received my package of cards yesterday and I was so excited and happy. Thank you for hosting this and allowing me to take part in my first swap. I usually stand on the outside looking in and wishing I could be a part of things. You are a very talented and generous woman to have taken so much of your time to make this happen.

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